How to Configure iSCSI Target & Initiator on RHEL/CentOS 7.6

A cluster is nothing but a group of computers (called nodes/members) that work together to execute a task. Basically, there are four types of clusters available, which are Storage Cluster, High-availability Cluster, Load-balancing Cluster, and HIGH-Performance Computing Cluster. In production, HA (High-Availability) and LB (Load Balancing) Clusters are the most deployed cluster types in the clustered environment. They offer uninterrupted availability of services/data (for eg: web services) to the end-user community. HA Cluster configurations are sometimes grouped into two subsets: (Active-active and Active-passive).